Molineux is buzzing ahead of Sunday's local derby, and the talk is of gaining revenge for teh two previous 3-0 defeats this season.
Stand in skipper Karl Henry is leading from the front and in no mood to consider taking a backward step when the two teams square up.
'We know how the last two games against Albion went against us and we're disappointed with the results - especially the home Cup game.' he said
'We'll be out to put that right first and foremost with a good performance and with the high we're on the moment, with being on such a great run and everyone so positive around the place, we couldn't be in a better position going into the game.
'We want to win and want to go out there and prove we can do better than we did last time.'
Wing wonder Michael Kightly echoes his sentiments, adding
We`re on such a high at the moment - we`re on such a great run and everyone`s so positive,"
"We couldn`t be in a better position going into the game and we just want to continue our run. I just say 'bring them on`.'
No one associated with Wanderers needs hyping up when it comes to a Wolves - Baggies showdown.
Can Mick McCarthy's young side bare their teeth and overcome Tony Mowbray's multi-million pound Baggies or will they succumb to another derby day defeat?